The Age of Metternich 1815-1848. The Congress of Vienna & Its Impact on Europe. Prince Metternich (1773-1859). Austrian diplomat. Architect of the Congress of Vienna Conservative: a believer in Edmund Burke’s ideology. Edmund Burke (1742-1797). Traditions Status Quo
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The Congress of Vienna
Its Impact on Europe
"To me the word freedom has not the value of a starting-point,
but of an actual goal to be striven for. The word order designates
the starting-point. It is only on order that freedom can be based.
Without order as a foundation the cry for freedom is nothing
more than the endeavour of some party or other for an end it has in view. When actually carried out in practice, that cry for freedom will inevitably express itself in tyranny. At all times and in all situations I was a man of order, yet my endeavour was always for true and not for pretended liberty.”
Charter under Louis XVIII
Mazzini Young Italy Movement
Second French Republic
Br. and Fr. not joining Troppau Protocol
Congress of Vienna
Concert of Europe
Balance of power